|Graham Dunning - A Bubble of Dove's Blood - Graham Dunning|
Originally released as a limited run CDr by Canadian label Frequent Sea in November 2008, this album is now offered as a free download from Open Sound Group. It features found sound, ambient and rhythmical excursions and complex textures. Graham Dunning is a sound and visual artist based in the UK. His sound sources include field recordings pressed to dubplates; modified records; adapted playback equipment such as reel-to-reel tape players, turntables and Walkmans; found sounds, especially disc...
Keywords: sound art; art; sound; noise; ambient; turntablism; found sound
|Graham Dunning - Recompiled 2010 - 2011|
Graham Dunning: Recompiled 2010-2011 A selection of drone, improv, noise, doom, abstract, field recording and found sound tracks by artist Graham Dunning played at exhibitions, on radio shows and released on compilations in 2010 and 2011. "My working practice deals with temporality, memory and narrative through sound, performance and installation. I am interested in people's discarded memories and the function of archiving...
Keywords: Graham Dunning; noise; improv; drone; doom; records; vinyl; ambient; dark ambient; found sound; field recording; tape; tape music; acousmatic; drone; static; radio; art; sound art; sound
|Graham Dunning - Topaz - Graham Dunning|
Graham Dunning is an artist and experimental musician based in London, UK. For Topaz, Dunning used cassettes from his archive of found footage, live sampling from a single walkman into three cheap delay units to create this rhythmical college. The recording was made live in one take as an experiment into these techniques as a format for live performance. For more information visit www.grahamdunning.com.
Keywords: Graham Dunning; sound art; live electronics; tape; tapes; cassette; found footage; found sound; sampling; live looping; live sampling; cassette tapes; voices; drone; rhythm; drums; noise; doom; ambient; dark ambient